Agile Development Best Practices

Course Code: AMS1076

Credits:

  • 7 Continuing Development Units (CDUs) granted via the International Institute of Business Analysis® (IIBA)
  • 7 Professional Development Credits (PDC’s) granted via the Society of Human Resource Management® (SHRM)

This AMS course provides a deep insight to the skills, tools, and techniques associated with Agile Development Best Practices, and can be used as part of a progressive curricular, standalone learning experience, or team up-skilling initiative. Agile Development Best Practices are a key skill in today’s progressive organizations. This course is designed to provide participants with a solid understanding of what agile is, and some of the best practices surrounding an agile project. After discussing the foundations of Agile and Scrum the course takes a deeper look at requirements elicitation and management. This includes close examination of the Scrum Product Owner role and how Product Managers and Business Analysts fill this role. An emphasis will be placed on understanding the key agile principles and why they are important. Participants will not only understand “why” agile works, but “how” to use it on a project, including release planning, iteration planning, daily stand-up meetings, user stories, and project management. Participants will enhance their experience by interacting with imbedded scenarios, participating in table exercises, building a personal action plan, and sharing with their peers.

Learning Modules 

  • Understand Agile values and principles
  • Understand Agile development and Scrum
  • Follow a 10 step requirements cycle
  • Write User Stories, role descriptions, and identify stakeholders

Who Should Attend

Developers, IT Managers, Business Analysts, Project Managers, and anyone seeking more knowledge on Agile development and its implementations would benefit from attending this program.

Delivery Modality and Duration Options

Scale your organizations learning experience to engineer the exact topics, contact hours, and design of each course.

On-Site Instructor Led Training (OILT):

  • Full course = 4 learning modules delivered in one day
  • Micro learning = 2 learning modules/blend delivered in a half day

Virtual Instructor Led Training (VILT):

  • Full course = 4 learning modules delivered in two 3.5 hour sessions
  • Micro learning = 2 learning modules/blend delivered in one 3.5 hour session

Enhancement Options

Customize your organizations learning experience to reinforce new skills application.

  • Personalize courses with scenarios, thought leader questions, exercises, and personal action plans
  • Supplement courses with eLearning
  • Measure courses with performance tools and coaching programs